Host William Shatner has a personal conversation with actress, Valerie Bertinelli. Shatner talks to Bertinelli about her previous marriage to rock-n-roll superstar Eddie Van Halen, her son Wolfgang ...
In this documentary mini series for Canadian television, Shatner, in each of the five half an hour episodes, presents and interviews one of the people who played the five Star Trek captains... See full summary »
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To Boldly Go Where No Talk Show Has Ever Gone Before
My only complaint about Shatner's Raw Nerve is that it only lasts for a half hour. With commercial breaks built in -- it often feels like you are losing precious time that you want to spend watching Bill and his guests in the innovative "love seat." I have enjoyed every single episode that I have seen without exception, but what he pulled out of Gene Simmons was not only a touching interview, but something that taught me a lot about success. Not a "how to make it" per se, but what I heard from the man transcended anything in any other interview given by the man as advice I will walk away with and follow.
This is a crown jewel in William Shatner's impressive portfolio and I hope it continues.
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